Piddle Place Makes Commitment to Shelters to Help Pet Owners Train New Pets
In an effort to help pet adopters house train new pets, Piddle Place has made a commitment to donate its Piddle Place pet relief system to shelters.
“We offer the Piddle Place to shelters, and the shelters offer the Piddle Place to prospective adopters to remover the barriers of pet adoption,” said Kathleen Hillman, founder and creator of Piddle Place. “The shelters usually receive a donation for this as well. We find offering this type of support to new adopted pets helps facilitate the transition process of having a new dog or cat to make things go a little smoother.”
Piddle Place is a compact, sanitary, eco-friendly pet relief system. It has a bio-enzyme treatment that eliminates odors by breaking down and degrading organics found in urine and feces. It is made from sturdy molded plastic and comes with splashguard and cover. The company’s website features an instruction video to help pet owners train animals to use the Piddle Place.
The company has also made monetary contributions to organizations such as the South Florida Tri-County Humane Society, Animal Crackers, Bart’s Blue Star Foundation and Wounded Warriors.